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    • The story of how Heinz came to be one of the world's best loved brands began over 140 years ago
    • Take a trip back with us, and find out how Henry J Heinz ensured his name would become associated with quality, variety and good taste by food lovers everywhere
    • 1869 In the beginning - Two young American businessmen, Henry J Heinz and L Clarence Noble, launch Heinz & Noble
    • Their first product is Henry's 'pure and superior' grated horseradish, bottled in clear glass to show its purity
    • The horseradish is grown on a garden patch given to Henry by his parents
    • 1876 The world's first taste of ketchup - Henry sets up business with two of his relations, launching F & J Heinz Company, with Henry as manager
    • In the US, they launch Heinz Tomato Ketchup followed by a launch in the UK in 1886
    • 1886 'I think Mr Heinz, we will take the lot' - Henry sells his first products ­ 'seven varieties of our finest and newest goods' ­ to London's famous Fortnum & Mason food store
    • 1896 An historic train journey - Riding the New York railway he saw a poster for a shoe company advertising its 21 styles of shoe
    • He is taken with the ad and totting up the number of products that his company produced, settles on 57 - although there were more, even then! On that journey Heinz 57 Varieties was born
    • 1910 Cream of the crop - Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup was imported into the UK
    • 1920s UK production starts - Heinz is still exporting Baked Beans, Spaghetti and Tomato Ketchup to the UK from America and Canada
    • When production expands to the UK, 10,000 tonnes are produced here in the first year
    • 1930s You gotta talk the talk - Heinz salesmen are expected to be at least 6ft tall, impeccably dressed and particularly eloquent at promoting Heinz products
    • Their equipment ­ including chrome vacuum flasks, pickle forks and olive spears ­weighs about 30lbs!
    • 1931 Hard times, good food - Howard Heinz, Henry's son, fights the big Depression by adding ready-to-serve soups and baby food to the Heinz range
    • Feeding families looking for value, taste and quality, they become top sellers
    • 1940s What, no ketchup? - Because of the war, ingredients are in short supply
    • Heinz Tomato Ketchup does not appear on shelves in the UK from 1939 until 1948
    • What on earth did they do without it? Eat more Heinz Salad Cream, that's what
    • 1944 Beans for victory! - Because of its major contribution to wartime food production, our Harlesden factory is bombed at least twice
    • Production carries on regardless as Heinz is so vital to maintaining food resources
    • 1951 A right Royal result - The Royal Warrant is granted, and in 1954 granted again as Purveyors of Heinz Products to HM Queen Elizabeth II
    • 1955 Heinz goes on air for the first time - 'Heinz 57' varieties are advertised on the new ITV channel
    • Colour posters were also produced
    • The jingle went: 'Heinz 57, Heinz 57 - You've a family to feed - Heinz have everything you need - Ready when you are, yes indeed - That's Heinz 57!
    • 1959 Wigan goes bean bonkers - Heinz opens a Beans factory in Wigan on 21 May 1959
    • It uses 1,000 tonnes of dry beans every week
    • That's a lot of beans
    • 1961 The biggest promotion in the UK ever! - Heinz give-away 57 Mini-Minors in a soup competition
    • From then on Heinz can't stop; we give away 57 caravans, 57 holidays and much, much more
    • 1967 The most famous slogan of them all is born - Remember it? A million housewives everyday pick up a tin of beans and say: 'Beanz Meanz Heinz'
    • 1986 Telegram from the Queen? - Heinz commemorates 100 years of providing British families with quality convenience foods
    • 1987 Ketchup gets the easy, squeezy treatment - The plastic Heinz Tomato Ketchup bottle is launched
    • Now it is easier than ever to enjoy the world's favourite tomato ketchup with your favourite dishes
    • 1990s The bean goes east - Heinz expands distribution to Russia and China
    • In total, we now export Heinz Beanz to 60 countries
    • 1998 Twelve of the best - Heinz Beanz is selected as one of twelve brands that people think best represent the final ten years of the Millennium
    • 1999 Into the top four - We're now the world's fourth biggest food and drink brand behind Coke, McDonald's and Nescafé
    • 2000 Time to go organic - Heinz launches organic ranges for our main brands: Organic Tomato Ketchup and Organic Heinz Beanz
    • Soon after, we introduce Organic Cream of Tomato Soup
    • 2003 Everything turned upside down - Heinz Tomato Ketchup is turned on its head ­ and the Heinz Top Down Tomato Ketchup bottle is born
    • For the traditionalists, the distinctive glass bottles remain on sale too
    • 2004 Less salt for beans lovers - Heinz introduces Reduced Sugar and Salt Baked Beanz while continuing to drive down added salt in standard beans which first started in 1986
    • 2005 Mean Beanz for a new millennium - For the first time in 103 years, Heinz launches a new Heinz Beanz range: Mean Beanz, that come in world varieties ­Mexican, Sweet Chilli and Smokey BBQ
    • 2005 HP Sauce joins the Heinz family - HP™ Sauces and Lea & Perrins™ Worcestershire Sauce joins a roster of 10 category-leading consumer brands at Heinz including Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Heinz Beanz and Heinz Cream of Tomato Soup
    • 2007 Busy lives have never bean so easy - Heinz launches a new format to their iconic Heinz Beanz and Spaghetti Hoops brands with Snap Pots, a personalised portion that can be popped into the microwave without the need to hover by the hob, worry about waste or adding to the pile of unwashed pots and pans
    • 2008 Global Sustainability goals launched - Heinz unveils nine global sustainability goals including the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 20% by 2015
    • 2009 Still coming up with inspiring food ideas - IT HAS TO BE HEINZ marketing campaign was launched in October across TV, radio, in-store, digital and PR - On 21 May 2009 Her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh visited the Heinz Beanz factory in Kitt Green near Wigan to mark the 50th Anniversary of the official opening of the factory
    • The Queen also opened a new packing operation
    • 2010 Heinz Beanz Fridge Pack is launched - Heinz Beanz Fridge Pack: the first-ever resealable beans product from Heinz is launched
    • The ground-breaking innovation allows you to use as many beans as you like before resealing the screw top and popping the remaining beans into the fridge to keep fresh for up to five days
    • There's also a handy see-through measure on the side showing if there are enough beans left to put on toast or partner with a spud
    • 2011 Heinz Tomato Ketchup with Balsamic Vinegar is launched - Heinz Tomato Ketchup sells it first ever limited edition exclusively on Facebook© - More than 130 years after the world's first taste of Heinz Tomato Ketchup, the iconic global brand caused a media stir with the innovative launch of Heinz Tomato Ketchup with Balsamic Vinegar
    • 2012 YouGov BrandIndex - Consumers put their trust in Heinz as the most highly rated food brand according to a poll published by YouGov
    • (YouGov BrandIndex 2011)
    • Only one million and 57 bottles of the sauce were initially made, and fans of the official UK Facebook page were given the chance to try the sauce before anyone else - with the first 3,000 sold exclusively on the site
  • Heinz Deliciously Macaroni - Pack of 6 x 500g

    Our Penne, Macaroni and Spaghetti are produced in Italy, using generations of food knowhow. We've...
    £12.98£15.30
  • Heinz Deliciously Spaghetti - Pack of 10 x 500g

    Our Penne, Macaroni and Spaghetti are produced in Italy, using generations of food knowhow. We've...
    £21.66£25.50
  • Heinz Mango, Banana & Lime Pouch - 100g

    Heinz Mango, Banana & Lime Pouch. We’ve packed loads of delicious goodness into our range of sweet...
    £1.08
  • Heinz Strawberry, Raspberry & Banana Pouch - 100g

    Heinz Strawberry, Raspberry & Banana Pouch. We’ve packed loads of delicious goodness into our...
    £1.08
  • Heinz Strawberry & Banana Biscotti - 100g

    Heinz Strawberry & Banana Biscotti. Our biscotti are based on a unique Italian recipe and have a...
    £1.32
  • Heinz Cauliflower & Broccoli Cheese - 125g

    Heinz Cauliflower & Broccoli Cheese. Cauliflower & Broccoli Cheese is a delicious combination of...
    £2.07£2.15
  • Heinz Farleys Creamy Oat Porridge - 125g

    Heinz Farleys Creamy Oat Porridge. Dry powdered meal - suitable for babies aged from 4 months.
    £2.07£2.15
  • Heinz Farleys Fruit & Yoghurt - 125g

    Heinz Farleys Fruit & Yoghurt. Fruit and Yogurt Cereal is a smooth blend of baby grade fruit,...
    £2.07£2.15
  • Heinz Farleys Oats & Apple - 125g

    Heinz Farleys Oats & Apple. Oat & Apple Cereal is a smooth blend of baby grade oat, apple and...
    £2.07£2.15
  • Heinz Farleys Pure Baby Rice - 100g

    Heinz Farleys Pure Baby Rice. Made with baby grade rice, Heinz Smooth Baby Rice is a great start...
    £1.67£1.79
  • Heinz Farleys Cheesy Vegetable Pasta - 100g

    Heinz Farleys Cheesy Vegetable Pasta. Our Cheesy Veg with Pasta contains 5 teaspoons of vegetables...
    £2.16
  • Penne Pasta- Gluten Free - Heinz - Pack of 6 x 500g

    Deliciously Penne (pack of 6 – 500 g) by Heinz: Heinz Penne are produced in Italy. Gluten...
    £12.98£15.30
    out of stock until 26 December 2016